R. J. Palacio Writing Styles in Wonder

R. J. Palacio
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Point of View

"Wonder" by R. J. Palacio is written in multiple points-of-view. Each vantage has its own section and its own style. The parts from August's view point are direct and tend to show only his thoughts and feelings. When Summer talks, the sections are more concise, and the vocabulary is a bit more advanced. Via's section is insightful, and Jack's section shows what's going on from the vantage of someone who sees multiple sides of an issue. Justin's section really stands out since his section is devoid of capital letters and quotation marks for speech. Miranda address the past and shows relationship changes.The book opens with August's point-of-view, shifts to others, comes back to August, shifts back to others, and ends with August.

Setting

This book takes place in an urban setting. This is a critical part of the storyline because it shows how Via can...

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